This article is related to analyzing the effects of governmental support to local manufacturing SMEs. It has been done in the field survey around three industrial areas in Korea, and on the theoretical background needed, an approach was made to find out an insight in association with the development and situation of small business in local areas. As major variables, firstly strategic organizational management and organizational operating systems were considered, and secondly, its type or process management in support as moderating variables etc. The overall results showed new project development, market differentiation, and employee's job commitment have been well affected by the governmental financial supports, for which the policy reliance and transparency in the process come most importantly. Meanwhile in specific new product development, inner cash flow were the most visible effects seen with it, but revealing some difference according to regional locations. Finally, several conclusions and implications were become possible as major findings were taken into the linkage of the insight on the research purpose.